Fall is In The Air... by RodS ()
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... And from the air, as well. Here's a 360 degree panorama of the fall colors around my neighborhood. Lots of browns and yellows, a teeny bit of red, but nothing to make your eyes bleed. Still it was a beautiful, slightly crisp, clear day with no wind - perfect for getting into the air. This was from about 200 feet with my DJI Mavic Pro. This was actually 12 photos stitched together in Photoshop CC.
The inset at the upper right is my house and a couple of my neighbor, Linda's trees. I liked the way they were lighted from behind by the sun. The inset isn't hiding anything important - just Lowes.... LOL
I didn't realize it, but it's been 4 months since I've had any of the drones in the air. Where has the time gone?
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this look around the area.
I'm working on the next page (next several, actually) in the T.N.A. story, and I'm hoping to have several pages coming your way in rapid succession - so you have been warned! LOL
As always, thanks so much for your visits, comments, faves, and support! And for all your wonderful art, photos, and stories.
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This is so GD wonderful...you're the real expert taking photos with a drone...trees in my neighborhood are just beginning to turn--it's been so warm, wet and cloudy that last few months--I think the trees have been confused and don't know what season it is...
Very nice panorama, stitched or not. Good idea putting your house in a little inset so we get somewhat of an orientation. And then the beautiful colors. Wish I could write more, but my anxiety is pushing up again, nearly paralyzing me. Brain playing at dysfunctional again. But this doesn't prevent me from enjoying your photo! Keep up the good work! :-)
I don't know how you do it, but no matter what you photograph, when you go big---landscapes, townscapes, etc---you always get this tonal balance and clarity, where the tones just speak so clearly and in such harmony. I've seen it on monumental landscapes as well as shots like this. It's such a pleasure to look at. And how you coordinate 12 photos to look not only seamless but with the same tonal qualities, etc, is beyond me. The whites of the houses make great accents against all that dusty green, brown, etc. You definitely had a rust-like fall, but it's beautiful. (Ever been to N.England in fall? If you haven't, go; and take a really good pair of sunglasses; because when it comes on full blast, man, fuggeddabbouddit...the oranges and yellows could knock out your rods and cones, and it lasts forever!) A beautiful sweeping shot with beautiful tones. You have a way with the camera, it just has a quality that is so fine...
(maybe one day I'll post one of my 3 panoramas---they look like a 6 year old sewed them together out of patches they found in an alley...)